The Lion King at Queen Elizabeth Theatre

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During the intermission three women stood arguing over which performer had stolen the most scenes. Costumes and sets were discussed and each took a turn at figuring out how they managed this visual and that visual.  

Two and a half hours (with a twenty minute intermission) of audio and visual splendour. It's one of those things that doesn't come around often, but when it does, you know you've just been part of something very special.

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